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  2. MDL-64598

Emojis are very big in forum notification emails

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      Prerequisites
      1. A site with a course and an enrolled user.
      2. Setup outgoing email in your moodle instance. (For simplicity, you can use tools for testing outgoing emails such as Mailcatcher or MailHog).
      3. Log in as an admin.
      4. Go to "Site administration / Plugins / Filters / Manage filters"
      5. Enable "Display emoticons as images"
      6. Go to "Site administration / Plugins / Text editors / Atto HTML editor"
      7. Add "emoticon" at the end of the "insert" section of the "Toolbar config" field.  Save the changes.
      Testing scenario 1
      1. Create a forum in the course.
      2. Set the subscription mode to 'Forced subscription'.
      3. Logout
      4. Log in as the student.
      5. Make a post.
      6. Log in as the admin and reply to the post with the following content checking 'Send forum post notifications with no editing-time delay'.

        :) :-D ;-) :-/ V-. :-P B-) ^-) 8-) :o) :( 8-. :-I :-X 8-o P-| 8-[ xx-P |-. }-] (h) (heart) (y) (n) (martin) ( )

      7. Run cron.
      8. Verify the e-mail received does feature normally sized emojis.
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      Prerequisites A site with a course and an enrolled user. Setup outgoing email in your moodle instance. (For simplicity, you can use tools for testing outgoing emails such as Mailcatcher or MailHog). Log in as an admin. Go to " Site administration / Plugins / Filters / Manage filters " Enable "Display emoticons as images" Go to " Site administration / Plugins / Text editors / Atto HTML editor " Add " emoticon " at the end of the " insert " section of the " Toolbar config " field.  Save the changes. Testing scenario 1 Create a forum in the course. Set the subscription mode to 'Forced subscription'. Logout Log in as the student. Make a post. Log in as the admin and reply to the post with the following content checking 'Send forum post notifications with no editing-time delay'. :) :-D ;-) :-/ V-. :-P B-) ^-) 8-) :o) :( 8-. :-I :-X 8-o P-| 8-[ xx-P |-. }-] (h) (heart) (y) (n) (martin) ( ) Run cron. Verify the e-mail received does feature normally sized emojis.

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      I saw this mentioned somewhere in Moodle.org, and I ignored it.  But now it is happening to me.

      When forum messaged are emailed (for example, to me) the emoji icons are ending up extremely large.  This is true for my client email system, my mobile, and my web-based emails. They are always very large.

      I use Moodle regularly, and this just started happening maybe over the last month, so maybe with Moodle 3.6.

      I am currently running Moodle 3.6.2. I do use the ATTO editor.

      I will tag this as being a "Forum" problem, but it might fit better somewhere else.

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